Kazem Alemi was born in Tehran Iran. He began studying music at the age of 12 in Conservatory of Music playing the Tar with Masters Hooshang Zarif and Aliakbar Khan Shahnazi. At the same time he studied the basics of music and the Piano. In 1972 he received the first prize for a composition he wrote for 12 Tars. After graduating from The Conservatory of Music with honors he continued his studying in University of Southern California by the scholarship he received in 1977 from National Iranian Radio and Television (NIRT). In 1980 he graduated from USC receiving his Master Degrees in composition and at the same time he won the Peter Faith Memorial Award for one of his compositions he wrote for a chamber orchestra. After returning to Iran he was commissioned to compose an orchestral and choral composition, based on the lyrics of Khaghani ( Eyvan Madaen) for Tehran Symphony Orchestra and the national Choir. It was performed in the summer of 1982, conducted by the composer himself. He is currently writing and teaching music in Los Angeles.
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